HANJIN CONTAINERS' * USA: Clog californian ports
* Southern California - Thousands of chassis in and around the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have containers mounted on them
--- The Hanjin bankruptcy has created a shortage of chassis in Southern California at the busiest time of year for many shippers and their truckers... Thousands of chassis in and around the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach - the two largest container ports in the U.S. - have containers mounted on them that are either owned by Hanjin or leased by the Korean carrier. In many cases, shippers or truckers are having trouble returning those containers to terminals or container yards, so the chassis are not available for use... He estimates at least 10,000 chassis out of a little more than 100,000 chassis in the region cannot be used because they have Hanjin containers sitting on them...
(Photo) -- Los Angeles, CAL, USA - American Shipper, by CHRIS DUPIN - Oct 03, 2016
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